Reflections on CLTS in Cambodia by Dr Chea Samnang, Director of Rural Health Care, Ministry of Rural Development, Cambodia during the 1993-2013 period.
People with disability (PWD) are a part of every community, everywhere in the world. They are among the poorest, most marginalized and disadvantaged. Sadly, PWD have the least access to basic WASH services, which contributes to their continued isolation, poor health and poverty. Plan Indonesia has been implementing two CLTS projects in three districts, namely Grobogan, Timor Tengah Selatan (TTS) and Timor Tengah Utara (TTU).
January 2014 newsletter by Plan Ethiopia that gives updates on activities that took place between July and December 2013, including the CLTS experience sharing workshop, CLTS orientation of Natural Leaders. a midline project survey, a sanitation marketing initiative, and more.
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Read the latest on Plan Ethiopia's CLTS activities, including ToTs to promote urban sanitation in 5 towns in Oromia and SNNPR, community triggeringm monitoring and review meetings in Oromia and hygiene promotion in Tigrai.
A comprehensive account of India's sanitation problem and a compelling case for CLTS by Nipun Vinayak.